Gender, Spirituality, and the Architecture of The Mother Church

The Mary Baker Eddy Library website has a recent Seekers and Scholars Podcast titled, Gender, Spirituality, and the Architecture of The Mother Church. The podcast guest is Dr. Jeanne Halgren Kilde, Director of the Religious Studies Program at the University of Minnesota. This episode explores the two edifices of The Mother Church on the Christian […]

Morality that’s freeing

Christian Science Monitor – Morality that’s freeing

Allison J. Rose-Sonnesyn published an article on the Christian Science Monitor Website exploring the idea that living our inherent integrity as God’s children brings joy and healing to our lives. The article states: Morality. The word may conjure thoughts of kindness, honesty, justice, integrity, and safety. On the other hand, it could also bring to […]

A Spiritual Revolution: The Quest to Experience God by Giulia Nesi, CSB

Have you ever asked yourself, Is there more to life than what I am experiencing? Is there a deeper, lasting, and more satisfying peace or happiness that might fill the emptiness inside? A free talk and discussion, A Spiritual Revolution: The Quest to Experience God, explores the search for individual meaning.  Speaker Giulia Nesi, CSB […]

Discovery Bound - Family Winter Weekend In Colorado

Discovery Bound – Family Winter Weekend In Colorado

Discovery Bound is encouraging families to participate in their family weekend at the A/U Ranches in Colorado! This is a wonderful opportunity to relax and have fun while enjoying the company of other Christian Science families and friends. Take part in sledding, broom hockey, climbing in the Rock Gym, horseback riding, games and cards in […]

Storytime in the Book Nook: Mercy

Mary Baker Eddy Library – Storytime in the Book Nook: Mercy

The Mary Baker Eddy Library website has a series titled, Storytime in the Book Nook. If you have not yet checked out this series, it consists of tales about colorful characters that are read from various books. The series takes place every first and third Tuesday of the month and is recommended for bookworms ages 5 […]

Love

Christian Science Monitor – Bullying and the love that heals it

Susanne van Eyl published an article on the Christian Science Monitor recounting a time when she was bullied and didn’t know what to do. But when she remembered Jesus’ instruction that we love our enemies – and endeavored to put it into practice – the situation was beautifully resolved and the bullying stopped. The article […]

Principia Club of Houston Christmas Sing!

The Principia Club of Houston invites you, your family, and friends to our annual Christmas Sing as we jingle and mingle in celebration of the season. Sunday, December 16 2:00 p.m. Eighth Church of Christ, Scientist 11976 Memorial Drive Houston, TX 77024 Click HERE for a Map ◊ For more information regarding the Sing, please contact Ann Sever at […]

Thanksgiving Church Services in the Houston Area

Start your Thanksgiving holiday with a spiritual feast including songs of gratitude and praise.  You will hear a brief selection of inspirational readings from the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, followed by sharing of gratitude and testimonies of healing. It’s a joyous celebration open to the […]

Christian Science Monitor – What makes a veteran?

Sandy Sandburg published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website considering the spiritual power of qualities such as strength, honor, integrity, and brotherly love expressed by veterans from all walks of life. The following is a segment from this article: On Nov. 11 – a holiday in the United States, Britain, Canada, and other […]

Christian Science Sentinel – Aging, really? No!

The most recent article published on the Editorial page of the Christian Science Sentinel’s website is titled, Aging, really? No! This piece acknowledges and embraces ways in which we can gracefully age through our years. It describes this concept by conveying the following: Who doesn’t get a lift from seeing individuals of “advancing years” taking on […]